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Federal and State Eviction Assistance – What’s the Hold Up?

Federal and State Eviction Assistance - What's the Hold Up?

The COVID pandemic and resulting eviction moratoriums changed the dynamic between many tenants and landlords. While restrictions ramped up, the government stepped in to provide emergency relief to those facing financial hardship due to COVID. Both the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan Act promised crucial funding, but so far, only a tiny fraction has […]

Post COVID Evictions: Landlord’s Guide to Moving Forward

A Landlord's Guide to COVID Eviction Guidelines Moving Forward

Can landlords evict a non-paying tenant? This continues to be the question on millions of tenant’s and landlord’s minds across the country. Unfortunately, however, many landlords were left confused and frustrated by the changing, and sometimes contradictory, federal and state guidelines throughout the pandemic. In addition, emergency relief programs have struggled to get desperately needed […]

The Moratorium on Evictions Has Ended: What it Means for Tenants

The Moratorium on Evictions Has Ended: What it Means for Tenants

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are far from over. For landlords and tenants, changing regulations can trigger frustration, fear, or even confusion. While federal and state agencies have established rent relief programs to try and prevent the onslaught of evictions, to date, only a fraction of those funds has been distributed. So, how can […]

Recent Updates to COVID Eviction Moratorium Guidelines

Recent Updates to COVID Eviction Moratorium Guidelines

Confusion, frustration, and fear are all words that could easily describe the ever-changing COVID-19 eviction moratorium. As the months’ tick by, both landlords and tenants face uphill battles of a different kind. Plus, navigating the laws and relief program requirements can prove daunting. As the Federal Eviction Moratorium issued by the CDC expired, states and […]